MS in Graphic Information Technology

Application Deadlines

September 15 Spring semester (January)
March 1 Summer semester (May)
April 1 Fall semester (August)

These are priority deadlines. Applications received after this date may still be considered.

Welcome to the GIT master’s program!

Congratulations and welcome to the MS Graphic Information Technology program! We’re excited to help you get more familiar with this degree program and all it has to offer.

Over the course of your time in this program, you will complete a minimum of 30 graduate-level credits. This program allows for flexibility in the courses that will apply toward the degree requirements, and you are encouraged to explore the various course options before enrolling in your first semester. Please note that after the completion of your first semester in the program, you will be required to submit a plan of study (also referred to as the iPOS), which is a list of coursework selected by the student with direction from the graduate faculty advisors. You will receive additional information toward the end of your first semester about how to submit the iPOS, but in the meantime, you are welcome to read more about what will be included in the iPOS.

While you are reviewing and selecting the courses you plan to take, you are encouraged to reach out to any of the GIT faculty members for guidance, as they are excellent resources who are here to help you tailor your education to fit your specific needs. Please note that you will ultimately select at least two of these faculty members to serve on your culminating experience faculty advisors, so you will want to familiarize yourself with the graduate faculty members and their respective areas of expertise.

We are excited for you to join us! If you have any additional questions about what to expect in the Graphic Information Technology graduate program, please feel free to reach out to the Graduate Advising team.